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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

EML^mALEEAMNG A DEPARTMENT FOR OUR LOCAL AGRICULTURISTS. Farmers Should Carefully Console the Markets—A Homemade Row Marker- Variety to Pastnrc—Cheap Feed Rack— Gooseberries and Currants—General Farm Notes. Consulting the Markets. To meet a demand for special pro- ducts, one must know what the de- mand is, writes a correspondent of an agricultural journal. The special requirements of a market may be nothing better than a mere whim or caprice, but they must be met if a ready sale is expected. If the market requires brown-shelled eggs it is folly to offer those with white shells. The latter may be just as good as the for- mer, but so long as the former have the call they are the ones to be fur- nished. Or if the market requires yellow legs and yellow skin on dressed poultry, it is unwise to offer poultry with white skin and dark or white legs. It is true that people do not eat the shanks of fowl*, anc' some of the best table fowls in the world have white, or dark shanks and a white sk...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

FOR STACKING HAY. MORE POTASH NEEDED. Notes on TertWxiag trom Prof. Brook*, of SbMsaotnuett*. Fodder crops, pasture grasses, c o m stover and ha y all remove large amounts of potash from th e soil, an d these crops occupy a large proportion of qur improved lands. 2. ^ h e urine of our domestic animals contains about four-fifths of the total potash of their excrements. 3. When urine is allowed t o waste, the manure is poor in potash. 4. When manures are exposed t o rains, much of th e potash, being, solu- ble, is washed away. 5. Nearly all th e special fertilizers are especially rich in phosphoric acid, and do no t contain enough potash. 6. Superphosphates were the first fer- tilizers to come into general use among our farmers. 7. When a farmer buys a fertilizer, h e still, nine times ou t of ten, calls for a phosphate. 8. As a result of the above conditions, our soils seem to b e quite generally in need of more liberal applications of potash. 0. In the case-of .corn th e nee,d of po...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

^&^:&0MSl^sifi^0S0i VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1893. ^ltti Dr. A. H . Chandler Galls the attention of the public to a new local anesthetic he uses for extract- ing teeth. Its advantages arc: ' 1st. It makes the extracting of teeth practically painless. 2d. It is not dangerous to use. 3d. The patients retain their reason' and sense while using it, making it sup- erior to nitrous oxide gas, vitalized sir,, ether or chloroform. :XXXTX: .ISo extra charge made for its :use'if artificial teeth are inserted. :XXXX: X^ , Bridge work, crowns, and all Htii^Iat-: est work in my line doneih ajsatti^fe tory manner. All work warrante^firstK .class.\"'' ' .-' ''X'XX^X^X OUR C H U R G H E S ^ j j I I CONGREGATIONAL, Key. A,A ?\" ^: Andrjdge, Pastor. Services every Sunday moi'ning at 10:45 Sabbath school at 12:00, Miss-AS O. Jenkins, superintendent Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 6:30, followed by evening services at 7:30. Prayer meeting at 7:30 each Wednesday evening Bible Nor...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

v WAR D O G S p R O m , ^ France Dissatisfied with-ths Kifig-'-of Siam'f : , Reply td^eR:Uffimat^m.,i J . PAWS, July.25.—France haft technically declared war against iSiain. The Litter's reply received to the French ultimatum was not satisfactory that is to say, it did not accept every condition imposed unreservedly. •'. It '-\"is:\" a'\"\"question- of. a day' or two whetfTor there will be war. Much de- pends on'tlic attitude of Kngland. Irs interference has already precipitated the action'of the l'Tench government.' If it continues to hack up Shim the coii- Bcquoiic.c.s will be of the gravest charac- ter for itself, for France and for Kurope. France will: {jive notice to the::.owers before bombarding Bangkok, which i s the next step that may bo expected. At noon to-day the !• retich government had not notified the powers of the in-i tcntion of l'ranec to blockade the Me- natn liiver. It is stated that M. l'avie, the French minister V Hiam, has been ordered to leave liangkok in twen...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. \"For death conies to all, and the kindly earth receives our weary bodies.\" \"Wherefore speak of death while our lives are but beginning?\" he asked in a •.one oi tender chiding. \"Before us stretch the years and the flowers bloom in »ur way, and the sun shines for us. It is true the world is lull of evil and wicked toen, but be who is conscious of no wrong may walk upright amidst the evil, and re- main uncontamjnatedi Wo have nought to fear. If we 'are true to our trust, Sod's face will be turned to us.\" '-•.-• . ''Ah,\" she sighed, as if his argument had failed to reassure her and he took her. in his arms and pressed her to his breast, saying the while:— \"Here is your refuge, my heart of hearts. Here shall you.find peace and Joy, when the bond has joined us we will journey to some land beyond the sea where there is ireedom for all men, and just laws, and wnere a man may worship as he chooses 'without le/ar of persecution. Such a land is England, and in ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEM06RAT. Entered at tke pottofflce at Sturgeon Bay, at second elate mailer. ' P17BUSHE0 WEEKXr Br P I N N E Y & 6 H E P A R D , Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S i . 5 0 PBR YeAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. .All persons addressing Communications to the Dooit COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will pieaso address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PI.VNEY & SitKPAtin, Publishers, Sturgeon Buy, Wis. STURGEO N BAY . WIS. , JUL Y 29. EDITORIAL . F A C T S arc stubborn things. Under the low \"revenue tariff\" of 1810, wool rose to the value of forty, iifty, and even sixty cents a pound. There are plenty of men in Door County whose memory goes back to the early fifties, and wh o can verify this statement. F O B every dollar* worth of meat ex- ported from this country (o nations demanding certificates of inspection. Uncle Sam pays out eight cents for the inspection, which is nothing, more nor less than an eight per cent, tax paid by the goverment for th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

IN THE COUNTY. SEVASTOPOL. Haney Bros, have put in a large amount of farm machinery in this towu the present season. Thbs. Vose says that he will have in the neighborhood of one hundred and tweptv-five tons of hav.. Considerable damage was done to standing grain by the heavy wind and rain storm of Tuesday evening. Messrs. Rohde & Weisselman will commence,next week, to get their thresh- ing outfits in shape for the season's work. . Henry Rohde and Peter VVeisselman are making preparations for doing a big threshing business this fall. They have two complete steam outfits, and two new separators of the latest and most approved styles. JACKSON PORT. More than a dozen people recently joined the M. E. Church society of • this place. _____' S^M/*'/ An Epworth League society h a i r e i cently been formed here with an enroll* ment to begin with, of qpwarcts' ot twenty members. — T h e fish offal that has been,so promis- cuously scattered along the beach* haft •at last been gathered up, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

B i B iDHTT DEMOCRAT. STURGEON B A ^ WIS. / U TINSEY&SHEPARD / ^blislwrs. GERMANY TAKES A HAND. . War Ships Going to Slam in View of'froD- able Trouble, fAiHS, July 22.—Prince Vadhana, the 'Siamese minister to France, to-day had i n interview with M. Develle, the for- eign rniniBter, and asked that an exten- sion of time be granted to Hiam in which to make formal reply to the de- mands made upon her in the French ultimatum. M. Develle informed Prince Vadhana that the time granted to the Siamese government for the pur- pose of replying to ,the ultimatum was the utmost limit thai France would con* cede, i A reply most be given in the time specified: find if Siam did not ac- cede to the demands France would take steps to enforce them as stated in the ultimatum. The Paris newspapers profess to regard th e Marquis of Dufferin'a re- turn \"SB an admission that the French?government ,was not responsi- ble for the attacks made on hito by th e press in connection with the Coearde forgeri...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

REMOll^LAjBi^NG WILL- BE POUND IN THIS #ARfMtNT. 0£. (Labor Sa% Jig- Contrii-ahce' fotr Spraying Potatoes—Advice About Hiving Bees— Convenient Garden Tool—Old an d New '\"\" JKthods—General Far m Notes. Hiving Bees. We have found,says a good author- ity, that artificial swarming is best, as bees most always swarm when the menwe in the field, sometimes more than a mile from home. Look through the hives that are full. Take out a frame containing queen cells, cutout alt the cells but one, put it In a new hive, also half of the other frames with what bees adhere to them. Fill space in both hives with empty frames, and you have a new colony. The bees that were out on the old hive will then have room inside and will go to work. The new ones will raise their queen and all start, off to! work. If you have your queen's wings clipeed another good way is to catch her as she crawls out (when they swarm) and put a new hive in place of the old one. Theswafm will come back when they miss their qu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 July 1893

I. O. O. P . Installment. 'the following oiHcersof the Peninsu- lar Encampment, No. 26, I. O. O. F. vwere duly installed on Tuesday last by W. O. Brown, D. D. C. P., assisted by W. F. Washburn, as Grand Senior Warden : . , W. L. Ives,—C. P. W. L. Damkoehter,—H. P. C.L. Nelson,—S. W. Tellif Haines,-J. W. A. N. Dier,—Scribe. W. F. Shinuiid,—Treasurer. ftl Fire Company Organized. On Tuesday evening the new fire company was formally organized with the following members and officers: ••Henry Hahn, Foreman.. Wally Ives, Engineer. R. W. Long, Stoker. ' . Henry Birmingham, Assistant Fore- man. M. F. Laplant, Martin Weise, Herb Peterson, Henry Long, H. Bangert, August Noll, Isaac Johnson, Frank Solomon :intl Albert Jacobs, hosetnen. The new company elected Fred Crandall as chief. Mr. Crandall declined the proffered chieftainship, and until some • suitable man is chosen, the mayor will probably act as chief, should occasion require the services of such an official. Since writing the above Mes...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

VOL.. I. S^tJ^GIiEONaBAY, WIS., SATURDAY, AUG. 5, 1S&3. Buy a self-binder at Haney Bros. [CE Cream freezers at Seofield & Co' % FINE syrup at 3.) cents worth 50 cents at Louis Bavry's. SHIMMEI. & SON have a large lot of stiff and soft hats, caps, and colored shirts which they are closing out. at very low prices. Notice. Owing to a press of well drilling orders, we have decided to not do any more pump repair- • ins »t present. Therefore parties requiring work done in that line must hereafter look o the pinup dealers to do the necessary work. FIUTSCHI.EII BKOS CIRCUIh T COURT. DOOR COUNTY : Josep Bonet, PltiT.. vs. Augustine Bonet, Deft. The State of Wisconsin.—To said de- fendant.—You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this sum- mons upon you and in case of your failure so to do judgment will he rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint. H. M. McNALLY Plaintiil's attorney. P, O. address: Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wis.\" 25...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

AGEICWURALNEWS A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Value of Ennllaffc Demonstrated »t tho World's Fair—The Kind of Homes to Breed—Itnstic Flower Stand—To Remove Mowing Machine Section* Ensilage at the Fair, Before building a silo, says Farm and Home, every intelligent stock- raiser or dairyman should give th e subject careful study and investiga- tion. For want of proper information in this important particular th e building of a silo has often been an experiment from start to finish,hence it is little wonder that an occasional failure has been reported about th e silo and ensilage feeding. Th e World's Fair department of agricul- ture, two years ago, began a careful investigation of ensilage feeding and after obtaining evidence from promi- nent dairymen and stock-feeders throughout th e country, unanimous- ly decided that ensilage should be given a fair trial. The important question of tho kind of a silo to use was settled by th e adoption of the round silo as ad- vocated by ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

B Y J. EL r 1 U O O O C K CHAPTE R IV.-Cosnst'KD . This speech inflamed the people, and a murmu r of anger arose an d threats were uttered. Then the judge stobd u p on the dais and motioned to the soldiers, an d some oi them approached Aaron and told him h e must leave the court. H e seemed dazed an d broken, but lie moved away, still clasping his daughter to him, and a great sob broke from her. Out of that tem- ple of the law, where th e scales of Justice wero not balanced, went poor Aaron an d his child, and when they gained the outer vestibule they sat on \"one of the stone benches. And presently they heard an ex- . ultant cheer from the people in the court. A lawyer in his gown came out, an d was hurrying away, but Aaron clutched hi m \"Tell me, \" h e said, \"is ho condemned?\" \"He is.\" \"And the sentence?\" \"Sakhalin,\" curtly and gruffly answered tho lawyer, an d hurried away. AH alert as she was, Itacliel heard that dread word, and with a sob that came from her bursting h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the posloMce at Sturgeon Hay, as : tecond claes matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY F I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , Editors an d Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, S1.5 0 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the Boo n COUNTY DEMOCRAT will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: P I S N E Y & SHKPAUO, Publishers. • • Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUG. 189.'!. EDITORIAL. MEISWINKXE says his wife .says (ilad- stone bus enough to do to look after Ireland, .without meddling with dress- reform. •Wn.i, our \"favorite paper1' tell its de- lighted readers, pointedly, just what relief it expected from a special session of the newly elected democraticcon- gress V AN immense amount of money has been spent during the past two years and over, for diamonds. They are on the .McKinley list of free imports, and if the 'republican . press is any criterion it has been a great benefit and source...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

FRUIT FARM SHED. FRUIT EVAPORATOR. One That C»n Be Moved About Without Much Labor. A shanty or temporary shed is a ne- cessity on any fruit farm where the 1 rabbet above and below on the Although Homemade It Will Do as Much Work as a Costly Machine. The illustration shows a cheap and good evaporator that will do more than ! twice the work of some high-priced ma- j chines. It is built of wood. The frame j is made of 2x2 inch posts and 2x3 inch { horizontal drawer rests. The drawer j rests are placed flat-wise between the ! posts, rabbeted l{ inch on either side to j receive the drawers. The sides and I backs of the drawers are I K inch wide j the front is 2 inch eswide.witha }i inch j inside berries are any distance from the house, and I shall build one this spring that can he moved from place to place with a minimum of labor. The illustration shows a cross-section of the pro- posed shed. It is 6 feet wide, 0 feet a t the eaves, and 8 at the other side. It is to be 12 feet long-, an...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

DOiWCODHTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAYi WIS. PINNEY 4SHEPAED - PubliBaew. CUTTING OFF PASSES. Ten Thousand World's Fair Admission Cards to Be Revoked. • WoRto'B FAIU GROX NIJ8, CHICAGO, 111., July 29.—The efforts toreduce the free list to the fair are proving B'O successful that Supt. Tucker, of the department of admissions, predicts that under the revision now taking place at least 10,000season passes will be cat off. People who are conscious of their questionable right of free admission have been making the most of their passes since the orders for revision and reduction were issued, the attendance from this source have jumped from 30,- 000 to 40,000 a day. As the order cut- ting off the old passes goes into effect August 1 it is expected that after that date the daily free admissions will de- crease to but a little over $20,000. A new feature was introduced this afternoon at the weekly prize contest in !«ady Aberdeen's village. Irish mem- bers of the police and fire department met an...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

BIG SAW-MILL BURNED. Plant of A. E. Cartier &Co., of Ludington, Destroyed. LimiXttTox, Mich., July 28.—The large liimber-inill and yards of A. E. Cartier &vCo., of this city, was completely destroyed by fire this morning. Loss on mill $00,000 insured for £10,000. The lumber products on the dock and in the yard were destroyed except a small part of th e lumber be- longing to Ketehum f Co., of Chicago, whose loss of $2,500 is covered bv m- gunuiee. Roth & Cartier lose $80,000 no insurance Houseman, of Muskegon, $.S\",0u0, with no insurance. The mill\"'will not be rebuilt. Over 100 men are out of employment. VENSI0N~M0NEY CALLED. Secretary of the Treasthy Asked to Pay Over SI3,500.000. WASHINGTON^ 1 C , July '2S.—The sec- retary of the interior has made a requisition upon the secretary of the treasury tor $1:,.J0O,()0 on account of Eehsioiis. The money is to be distri- uted among the second group of agencies where quarterly payments be-, giii 'August 4 as follows: *lopoka,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 August 1893

M THE QQUNTY. Joseph Charles, Jr., who has been away to work during the past winter and spring, came home last week to stay till next fall. The harvesting of rye and winter Avheat is completed to a great extent and the spring grain is right on hand to be harvested at once. Aleck Bodart has already commenced pressing hay. He has several jobs on the string and without doubt wijldowell at the business this coming season. Miss Fannie Geneisse. who stayed during the past three months with rela- tives at Ithinelandt-r, Wis., returned •here to stay for an indefinite length of time. . Mike and Nick Moore visited relatives and friends at .Rockland and Greenloaf, Brown county, a short time ago and re- port plenty of rain and good crops in that section of country. EGG HARBOR, The berry season is at its height at present. Hall's circus exhibited here on Thurs- day. It was a fairly good show. Mr. Willard, of Chicago, spent a couple of days in Egg Harbdr this week. Louis Bamboo bought a horse fro...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 August 1893

VOL, I. -*•Â£. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, AUG. i2 , 1893. NO. 29. SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this head will be inserted for two cent* per line each Insertion. WANTED.—A competent farm ham! to -work on farm near the city. Applv at once at this office, or to Henry Hauu. WANTED.—Exerybodb y to know that we do every kina of jo printing, neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office. ftNOTflES ST0N& QUARRY. .. ' SIKSSBS. I.EATHEM * SMITH TO OPKN OXE AT TI1E MOl-TU OF STURGEON t»AY AT ONCE. WANTED—Everybody to know that the best and cheapest place in Door county to get Job Printing is at this office. Send your orders. FOR SALE.—Second hand church oiyan, very cheap. Enquire of pastor of M. E. church, or of Dr. R. L. Cook. FOUND.—A gents- watch. Owner will call, prove ownership, pay for advertising, and take the property. Harry Fairchild. FOR SALE.—A one horse power engine and one and one half horse power boiler, in good working order. Call ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 August 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. S T U R G E O N B A Y . W I S . PINNEY & SHEPAED - Publishers. CLEVELAND AT WASHINGTON The President on Hand fop the Opening of Congress. WASHINGTON, J. C , Aug. 5.-r-Presi- den t Cleveland arrived in Washington this afternoon from Buzzard's Bay. N EW YORK, Aug. 5.—President Cleve- land arrived o n th e Fall Ki.ier steamer Puritan at 0:15 o'clock this morning. H e was driven direct to th e Pennsylva- nia depot in Jersey City. H e wa s ac - companied by, Secretaries Lamont an d Carlisle. .Last evening the President and his secretaries sat o n th e upper deck of th e Puritan smoking until quite late, discussing thecomingextr a session of Congress. Th e President, beyond saying the vacation has been beneficial and that lie* would now settle down to hard work, refused to talk. Mr. Cleve- land and his secretaries breakfasted at the station restaurant at th e Pennsyl- vania depot in Jersey City, and at 8i:J0 A. t. in a private car they started for Washington. • ....

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